History Characters / Tekken3

23rd Mar '17 12:30:08 PM urielzet
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* ArcSymbol: His introduction in ''3'' has him wearing Kazuya's trademark gloves. After going his own way, his personal trademark is now his PowerTattoo, as well as the three-armed spiral on his own gloves. Notably, in his Devil form, as well as his human form from ''6'' onward, he's wearing Kazuya's gloves again. As of ''7'', he and his Devil form are the ''only'' ones wearing these gloves, as Kazuya doesn't wear them anymore.
* AwesomeButImpractical: Starting in ''4'', Jin was given an additional stance named Omen. Up until ''5'', this merely buffed a couple of his moves, as well as gave him some extended combo strings, similar to Bryan's Taunt move. Starting in ''6'', however, this actually allowed him to access his old ''Tekken 3'' movelist for a few moves, primarily those similar to Kazuya or Devil Jin. There's also a visual indicator of him assuming this stance, as his fighting pose will resemble that of Heihachi. And in ''Tag 2'', Jin's special combo with Devil Jin starts from him in this stance. The impractical part of this is that it takes a lot of precise inputs to even assume the stance to begin with, which is why no serious Jin player actually makes use of this, making this more of an EasterEgg than anything else.

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* ArcSymbol: His introduction in ''3'' has him wearing Kazuya's trademark gloves. After going his own way, his personal trademark is now his PowerTattoo, as well as the three-armed spiral on his own gloves. Notably, in his Devil form, as well as his human form from ''6'' onward, he's wearing Kazuya's gloves again. As of ''7'', he and his Devil form are the ''only'' ones wearing these gloves, as Kazuya doesn't wear them anymore.
anymore (at least in his default outfit).
* AwesomeButImpractical: Starting in ''4'', Jin was given an additional stance named Omen. Up until ''5'', this merely buffed a couple of his moves, as well as gave him some extended combo strings, similar to Bryan's Taunt move. Starting in ''6'', however, this actually allowed him to access his old ''Tekken 3'' movelist for a few moves, primarily those similar to Kazuya or Devil Jin. There's also a visual indicator of him assuming this stance, as his fighting pose will resemble that of Heihachi. And in ''Tag 2'', Jin's special combo with Devil Jin starts from him in this stance. The impractical part of this is that it takes a lot of some precise inputs to even assume the stance to begin with, which is why no serious Jin player actually makes use of this, making this more of an EasterEgg than anything else.



* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler:Played with in Tekken 7. Though he was leaked and planned for time release update through data streaming, in reality, he was actually already set for final arcade release, but as non-playable Secret Sub-Boss who replaces Heihachi under certain conditions to fight him before becoming playable in time release]].

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* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler:Played Played with in Tekken 7. Though he was leaked and planned for time release update through data streaming, in reality, he was actually already set for final arcade release, but as non-playable Secret Sub-Boss who replaces Heihachi under certain conditions to fight him before becoming playable in time release]].release.



* BadassBiker: His bike features in some of his ''Fated Retribution'' intro and win poses.

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* BadassBiker: His bike features in some of his ''Fated Retribution'' intro and win poses.poses, as well as in most of his endings throughout the series.



-->I've become pretty strong, y'know!

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-->I've become pretty strong, y'know!
-->''Prepare yourself!''



* BadassBack: Seriously, she can pull off entire combos with her back turned! In ''Fated Retribution'', her Rage Drive move starts from this stance.

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* BadassBack: Seriously, she can pull off entire combos with her back turned! In ''Fated Retribution'', her Rage Drive move starts from this stance.



* PinkMeansFeminine: Her outfit in both ''4'' and ''5'' is pink. It got changed to orange from ''Dark Resurrection'' onward. Her pink summer dress in ''4'' returns in ''7'' through a pre-order bonus.

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* PinkMeansFeminine: Her outfit in both ''4'' and ''5'' is pink. It got changed to orange from ''Dark Resurrection'' onward. Her pink summer dress in ''4'' returns makes a return in ''7'' through as a pre-order bonus.



* SheIsAllGrownUp: Not quite to the extent of Julia, but two years have been able to bring her out of the GenericCuteness stage, even more so with her new costiume in ''Fated Retribution''.

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* SheIsAllGrownUp: Not quite to the extent of Julia, but two years have been able to bring her out of the GenericCuteness stage, even more so with her new costiume costume in ''Fated Retribution''.



* MovesetClone: Remains as one to Christie after being given his own slot, except that some throws are modified, and since he's larger and taller, he has greater range than Christie (on the downside, that means he is more susceptible to the enemy's attacks, too). Seems to be moot in ''Tekken 7'' as he's still around and Christie got dropped from the roster.

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* MovesetClone: Remains as one to Christie after being given his own slot, except that some throws are modified, and since he's larger and taller, he has greater range than Christie (on the downside, that means he is more susceptible to the enemy's attacks, too). Seems to be moot in ''Tekken 7'' as he's still around and Christie got appears to be dropped from the roster.


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* StanceSystem: He has a couple of stances including Handstand and Negativa (more commonly referred to by Tekken players as the Relax stance where he lies down on the ground) to make his movelist just that much more confusing to opponents.
16th Mar '17 11:38:54 AM santos32
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* ShoutOut: His movelist includes the [[Wrestling/TheUndertaker Tombstone]] [[Wrestling/{{Kane}} Piledriver]], [[Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin Stunner]], [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson Rock Bottom]], [[Wrestling/AllJapanProWrestling Flashing Elbow]], [[Wrestling/TheGreatMuta Shining Wizard]], [[Wrestling/DragonGate Sol Naciente]], [[Wrestling/KentaKobashi Burning Hammer]] [[AndZoidberg and]] [[Franchise/StreetFighter Spinning Piledriver]]. He also employs the [[Manga/{{Kinnikuman}} Muscle Buster]], and his ending in ''5'' has him and Marduk performing the Muscle Docking CombinationAttack.
** In ''7'', he gains an alternate outfit based on Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada as well as his finishing move, The Rainmaker (a clothesline), as an alternate Rage Art as part of a cross-promotion with Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling.

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* ShoutOut: His movelist includes the [[Wrestling/TheUndertaker Tombstone]] [[Wrestling/{{Kane}} Piledriver]], Piledriver]] (he performs a modified version of it as his primary Rage Art in ''7''), [[Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin Stunner]], [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson Rock Bottom]], [[Wrestling/AllJapanProWrestling Flashing Elbow]], [[Wrestling/TheGreatMuta Shining Wizard]], [[Wrestling/DragonGate Sol Naciente]], [[Wrestling/KentaKobashi Burning Hammer]] [[AndZoidberg and]] [[Franchise/StreetFighter Spinning Piledriver]]. He also employs the [[Manga/{{Kinnikuman}} Muscle Buster]], and his ending in ''5'' has him and Marduk performing the Muscle Docking CombinationAttack.
** In ''7'', he gains an alternate bonus outfit based on Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada as well as his finishing move, The Rainmaker (a clothesline), as an alternate Rage Art as part of a cross-promotion with Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling.Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling. He even performs Okada's Rainmaker pose (complete with money falling everywhere) if he connects.
12th Mar '17 2:19:04 PM TMK
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* SkunkStripe: His appearance in ''Fated Retribution'' has part of his black hair dyed orange; or more likely, most of his hair dyed black except for a stripe of his natural red hair.

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* SkunkStripe: His appearance in ''Fated Retribution'' has part of his black hair dyed orange; or more likely, most of his hair dyed black except for a stripe of his natural red hair.orange.
12th Mar '17 2:18:30 PM TMK
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* FieryRedhead: ''Tekken'' be damned if its resident gang leader wasn't HotBlooded. ''Tekken 7: FR'' suggests that it's dyed, since his hair in that game is jet-black with a clearly artificial red streak.

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* FieryRedhead: ''Tekken'' be damned if its resident gang leader wasn't HotBlooded. ''Tekken 7: FR'' suggests shows that it's dyed, since his hair in that game is jet-black with a clearly artificial red streak.
12th Mar '17 2:17:25 PM TMK
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* ButtonMashing: To a lesser extent than the Capoeira characters. Probably downplayed in later games as some of his moves began to transition into his other fighting stances.

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* ButtonMashing: To Could be this in ''Tekken 3''...but to a lesser extent than the Capoeira characters. Probably downplayed Downplayed in later games as some of his moves began to transition into his other fighting stances.
7th Mar '17 10:38:39 AM SolidSonicTH
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* MovesetClone: Remains as one to Christie after being given his own slot, except that some throws are modified, and since he's larger and taller, he has greater range than Christie (on the downside, that means he is more susceptible to the enemy's attacks, too).

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* MovesetClone: Remains as one to Christie after being given his own slot, except that some throws are modified, and since he's larger and taller, he has greater range than Christie (on the downside, that means he is more susceptible to the enemy's attacks, too). Seems to be moot in ''Tekken 7'' as he's still around and Christie got dropped from the roster.
5th Mar '17 11:12:36 AM AriRockefeller
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* MeaningfulName: Kuma means "[[ADogNamedDog bear]]" in [[BilingualBonus Japanese.]]

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* MeaningfulName: Kuma means "[[ADogNamedDog "[[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign bear]]" in [[BilingualBonus Japanese.]]
5th Mar '17 10:59:16 AM AriRockefeller
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* ExtremityExtremist: He has a few decent punching moves but as a competition-style TKD practitioner his kicks make up ninety percent of his arsenal. It's played completely straight in [[VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken SFxT]], where he doesn't have a single punch move.

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* ExtremityExtremist: He has a few decent punching moves but as a competition-style TKD practitioner his kicks make up ninety percent of his arsenal. It's played completely straight in [[VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken SFxT]], where he doesn't have a single punch move. (normal standing LP and MP notwithstanding)
2nd Mar '17 7:39:38 PM UltimateLazer
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[[caption-width-right:350:Eddy in Tag 2]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Eddy in Tag 2]]
Tekken 7: Fated Retribution]]
2nd Mar '17 12:48:05 PM SolidSonicTH
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->'''Fighting Style (Jin):''' ''Mishima-style Fighting Karate and Kazama-style Martial Arts (''Tekken 3'' and ''Tag Tournament'' only Easter egg in ''Tag 2''), Traditional Okinawan Karate (''Tekken 4'' onwards)''

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->'''Fighting Style (Jin):''' ''Mishima-style Fighting Karate and Kazama-style Martial Arts (''Tekken 3'' and ''Tag Tournament'' only only; Easter egg in ''Tag 2''), Traditional Okinawan Karate (''Tekken 4'' onwards)''
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